Category Archives: Brexit

‘Clean’ Brexit doesn’t wash

Following approval of the Bill giving power to Theresa May to trigger Article 50, the UK appears destined to follow through on a hard Brexit. The two-clause bill, containing a total of...

Brexit: Scotland’s plan B

  Following the announcement of an inevitable ‘hard’ Brexit, agendaNi analyses Scotland’s 49-page proposal to protect Scotland’s place in the Single Market from within the UK. Independence is Scotland’s “best option” for...

Bordering on Brexit

A House of Lords EU select committee has warned that Northern Ireland is at risk of becoming “collateral damage of the Brexit decision” as it proposed a special status. The first of...

Bertie on Brexit

  Addressing the 21st annual Northern Ireland Economic Conference, hosted in Derry, Bertie Ahern outlines his vision for the post-Brexit economy on the island of Ireland. Ciarán Galway speaks with the former...

Supporting cross-border trade

The UK’s decision to leave the EU caught a large majority of businesses offside. Whilst uncertainty abounds, there are ways for businesses to navigate the current landscape by focussing on the things...

Brexit and the economy

Chris Giles, Economics Editor at the Financial Times speaks to Owen McQuade about the post-Brexit economic projection. In the wake of the Brexit vote, the economic data has been better than anticipated,...

Perspectives on Brexit

The prevailing tone set by guest speakers at agendaNi’s Brexit conference is primarily one of apprehension amidst the climate of post-referendum uncertainty. Virtually every speaker, from across a range of industry sectors,...

Brexit and beyond

Speaking at agendaNi’s Brexit conference, four of the five main parties outline their respective analyses of the potential implications for the North. Ciarán Galway reports. Across the political panel drifts an unfamiliar...